Noel Brown is a podcaster, musician, and filmmaker living in Atlanta, Georgia. While studying film production, Brown became the youngest reporter for Georgia’s NPR affiliate where he produced radio features on everything from local and state politics to the nuclear industry. His documentary on the Georgia Guidestones, a mysterious granite monument engraved with a list of commandments for establishing a new world order, won the award for best documentary short at the Atlanta Film Festival.
Recent episodes featuring Noel Brown
Jeffrey Epstein, Part III: The Suicide Debate
Stuff They Don't Want You To Know
In the months following the death of Jeffrey Epstein, numerous people have raised concerns regarding the official cause of the disgraced financier's death, pointing to various irregularities surrounding the prison where he died, as well as raising questions regarding the official autopsy. Join the guys as they look into the debate over Jeffrey Epstein's death, and why some experts still reject the official narrative: Epstein, they argue, did not take his own life. Learn more about your ad-choices at
How Bertha Heyman Conned Her Way Into Show Business
Ridiculous History
Bertha Heyman was a notorious con artist with a robust rap sheet and a penchant for bilking well-to-do, otherwise shrewd men. Listen in to learn how Bertha's life of crime led her, oddly enough, into showbiz. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Ep 4 | Corruption
Murder in Oregon
A deep dive into the history of corruption in Salem reveals a long and sordid relationship between criminal and political powers. It also leads to a troubled and violent man some believe murdered Michael Francke. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Cryptids You've Never Heard Of
Stuff They Don't Want You To Know
Everyone's heard of Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster -- but what about the hundreds of other cryptids rumored to exist around the world? Join the guys as they delve into the stories of cryptids you may have never heard of. Learn more about your ad-choices at
That Time Germany Got Obsessed With Polar Bear Photos
Ridiculous History
When French photo collector Jean-Marie Donat stumbled upon his first vintage picture of a German dressed as a polar bear, he initially thought it was just an odd historical anomaly -- at least, that is, until he found a second one. And then a third. And on, and on. Eventually Donat realized he'd stumbled across a bizarre photo trend: For decades Germany was obsessed photographs of people dressed as polar bears. So how did this trend get started, and why did it disappear? Listen in to learn more. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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3 weeks, 4 hours